Political Rage and the Media

February 09, 2021 00:53:12
Political Rage and the Media
QC Pod
Political Rage and the Media
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Show Notes

In this episode, QC student and Knight News journalist Samantha Galvez-Montiel interviews Media Studies faculty member Benjamin Strassfield about the Capitol Hill Invasion and America’s increasingly fraught political culture.

Photo Credits. Irish peg in a rage. Make good the damage you dog, or I’ll cut away your parsnip. Great Britain, 1773. London: Printed for Carington Bowles … Publish’d as the act directs. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/91727535/.

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